The fourth Reading for Change event takes S. Giridhar’s Ordinary People, Extraordinary Teachers as an entry point to SDG 4 Quality Education. Drawing from S. Giridhar’s personal experience with the Azim Premji Foundation, the book tells the stories of government school teachers across India, dedicated to improving the lives of the children in their care.
Join author S. Giridhar and Uma Mahadevan (Principal Secretary, Panchayat Raj to the GoK) in conversation about Ordinary People, Extraordinary Teachers and SDG 4, using the book as an entry point to discuss the importance and the challenges of creating a space for quality education. Read the book and join the discussion with your thoughts, reflections and questions.
Join us on the 23rd of October, Friday, for a conversation with author Usha KR, about her book Boys From Good Families published by Speaking Tiger. She will be in conversation with Keerti Ramachandra, translator and editor.
10 Indian Champions Who are Fighting to Save the Planet — A Conversation with Bijal Vachharajani and Radha Rangarajan
Calling all kids — join us on Sunday, Oct 18th for an interactive conversation with authors Bijal Vachharajani and Radha Rangarajan, about their book 10 Indian Champions Who are Fighting to Save the Planet, published by Penguin!
In this book, Bijal Vachharajani and Radha Rangarajan write about the inspiring lives of people who are striving to solve the most pressing problems on this planet—from climate change to habitat degradation, from food insecurity to species loss.
The third Reading for Change event takes David Quammen's Spillover as an entry point to SDG 3 Good Health and Well-Being! Where and why do new pathogens emerge? How do they turn into a pandemic? David Quammen explores these questions in Spillover, an accessible and well-researched book about pathogen spreads before Covid-19.
Join author David Quammen and science journalist and writer Anil Ananthaswamy in conversation about Spillover and SDG 3. Read the book and join the discussion with your thoughts, reflections and questions.